With winter weather causing havoc across the country, we bring you some warming news in the form of a top tips video ensuring your property is protected throughout the freeze, a story of a two pensioners who have benefited from the next generation in heating and a burns night cupcake to flavour your taste buds.
Edinburgh based home emergency company First call Home Assist has put together a short and informative video with the help of Capture Media on how homeowners can avoid paying for expensive repairs caused by the weather.
If you have been struggling to keep warm this winter, this tale of a retired couple in Troon featured in last week’s Courier might soon have you warming up. Margaret MacLeod and her husband Donald have been reaping the benefits of Direct Savings‘ revolutionary infranomic far infrared heating system after their house became the first in Ayrshire to have it installed.
The couple had become increasingly wary of having to cope with constant cold rooms coupled with extortionate heating bills and after reviewing their options, they decided to switch from conventional storage heating to infranomic heating and they are delighted with the results. For more information on infranomic heating and what it could it do for your house, visit www.directsavings-heating.co.uk
It’s Burns night time and what better way to pay homage to the bard than with a tempting cupcake at Edinburgh’s quirkiest cupcake shop, Cuckoo’s Bakery. Inspired by the lesser known Rabbie Burns’ poem ‘Scotch Drink’ the limited edition Whisky Mac cupcake will be available at Cuckoo’s Bakery today only. The cupcake consists of a whisky and ginger custard encased in a warming ginger sponge, topped with a whisky and ginger butter cream.
So there you have it some top tips for keeping your property safe, the next generation of heating systems and cupcakes. To keep up to date with all our latest news visit our website www.holyroodpr.co.uk and as always follow us on Facebook and Twitter .